- Albert CLv 71 0 年前最佳解答
In accounting, accounts payable are debts resulting from purchasing assets or receiving services on credit or on an open account. You have accounts payable when you have not yet paid for the assets or services you have received.
Accounts receivable are unpaid customer invoices, and any other money owed to you by your customers. The sum of all your customer accounts receivable is listed as a current asset on your balance sheet.
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